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From Oliver-Rainer Wittmann <orwittm...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Error (maybe) installing yesterdays daily build
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2013 16:30:49 GMT
Hi,

Am 19.01.2013 um 16:07 schrieb Ariel Constenla-Haile <arielch@apache.org>:

> On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 09:15:24AM +0100, Oliver-Rainer Wittmann wrote:
>>> So the main files went in fine, with the new directory names under /opt
>>> The desktop integration however gave these error messages:
>>> dpkg: regarding apache_openoffice3.5-debian-menus_3.5-9611_all.deb
>>> containing apache:
>>> apache2.2-common conflicts with apache
>>>  apache (version 3.5-9611) is to be installed.
>>> 
>>> dpkg: error processing apache_openoffice3.5-debian-menus_3.5-9611_all.deb
>>> (--install):
>>> conflicting packages - not installing apache
>>> Errors were encountered while processing:
>>> apache_openoffice3.5-debian-menus_3.5-9611_all.deb
>>> 
>>> Just thought I'd pass it along.
>> 
>> Thanks for passing it along.
>> 
>> I assume that this error is caused by the changes for the renaming -
>> issue 121388 - as also the packages had been renamed.
>> 
>> Can somebody with expertise in the area of debian packages help me
>> to solve the issue?
>> 
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Oliver.
> 
> The bug is in main/sysui/desktop/debian/makefile.mk in the rule
> %/DEBIAN/control : $$(@:f)
> 
> The line
> 
> echo "Package: $(*:f:s/_/ /:1:s/3.5//)" > $@
> 
> Is writing "Packege: apache" in the control file.
> 
> 
> given ../../unxlngx6/misc/apache_openoffice3.5-debian-menus_3.5-9611_all
> 
> * :f returns the file (including suffix) portion of path names
> 
> :f -> apache_openoffice3.5-debian-menus_3.5-9611_all
> 
> 
> * :s/_/ / replaces the underscore with a space 
> 
> :s/_/ / -> apache openoffice3.5 debian menus 3.5-9611 all
> 
> 
> * :1 returns the first white space separated token from value
> 
> :1 -> apache
> 
> The underscore in PRODUCTLIST = apache_openoffice from
> main/sysui/desktop/productversion.mk is the root problem.
> 
> 

Thanks Ariel.

As we will change the naming more to 'OpenOffice' instead of 'Apache OpenOffice' I will consider
your suggestion to adjust PRODUCTLIST.

Best Regards, Oliver
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